Rocky Mountain Wild
Rocky Mountain Wild is a 501(c)3 that works to protect, connect, and restore wildlife and wild lands in the Southern Rocky Mountain region.
We've been working for over 20 years to keep Wolf Creek Pass wild. Check out the current status.
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Help us tell the developers and decision-makers why building a "village" for 10,000 people at Wolf Creek Pass is a bad idea.
On October 20, 2022, a Federal District Court once again rejected plans by the would-be developers of the Village of Wolf Creek to gain access across National Forest lands for the ill-conceived project. Senior Federal Judge Christine M. Arguello invalidated the Rio Grande National Forest’s approval from 2019 that granted an access road across the National Forest in order to facilitate development of the massive real estate development proposed atop Wolf Creek Pass.
We are still waiting for the Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other federal agencies to conduct an open, transparent and inclusive analysis of the environmental impacts associated with this enormous commercial development. The Court’s ruling is a huge win for the wildlife and wildlands of Wolf Creek Pass.
If you’re interested in learning more about this win and the case, check out our press release here and the Order here.
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Colorado Mountain Club, Defenders of Wildlife, EcoFlight, Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Rocky Mountain Recreation Initiative, Wildlands Network, Wilderness Workshop
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